Dimitrios Segkos

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Since 1995, 29 consecutive patients with craniocervical spine instability due to several pathologies were managed with posterior occipitocervical instrumentation and fusion. Laminectomy was additionally performed in nineteen patients. The patients were divided in two groups: Group A which included patients managed with screw-rod instrumentation, and Group B(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine the gross structural alterations of the nailed bone (femur or tibia) after the removal of an intramedullary nail (IMN). DESIGN Prospective, consecutive, patient series. SETTING Academic, level 1 trauma center. PATIENTS Eighteen patients (14 patients with a femoral and 4 patients with a tibia nail) underwent an IMN removal from(More)
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